What makes the HAGS Multi-Use Games Arena different?

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The HAGS Multi-Use Games Arena (MUGA) system is only one of a few that is certified to EN 15312 (the European standard for multi-use games areas).

Many companies claim that their ball courts meet or are built to this important standard, but this means that their systems have not passed the rigorous tests for structural integrity of all parts and repeated impact tests on the panels.

All parts are also carefully checked to ensure there are no hand or foot traps and that no sharp edges are present that could lead to injury. Always ask companies who are quoting on any MUGA projects for a copy of their EN 15312 certificate.

Arena offers a lifetime guarantee against failure due to material or production defects on structural steel components including posts, panel frames, and bar panels.

For more details on Arena, call 0845 260 1655 or visit www.hags.co.uk


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